The newly-unearthed 1991 Tupac sex tape will never hit the market.
That's the definitive stance of the late rapper's family, which vows it will sue anyone who attempts to distribute the footage of Pac getting serviced at a party.
A spokesperson for 2Pac's estate said, "We will sue anyone who tries to sell a Tupac tape," because only the estate has the power to authorize the use of Tupac Shakur's image for commercial use, the source says, and it's not about to green light that.
Tupac's mother, Afeni Shakur, is aware of the sex tape (we've seen a photo from it that proves it's real), and is already gearing up for a court battle, saying:
"Get the legal team ready because [we] will not allow someone to put it out."
As for how the heck this is a story 20 years after the fact? The estate's trying to figure out who is marketing the tape by attempting to identify the individuals in the 2Pac tape, including the leading lady, believing one might be the culprit.